CBU Status: Non Union
Erie Neighborhood House, a community-building agency empowering Chicago’s low-income and immigrant families, and dedicated to promoting a just and inclusive society is seeking an experienced, bilingual professional to serve as a Supervising Clinician. The basic functions are to facilitate trauma informed workshops, counseling and crisis intervention for participants that experience trauma while providing clinical support and supervision to program staff and graduate level interns.
- Provide administrative, clinical and reflective supervision to therapists and graduate level interns.
- Provide overall clinical support to programs and staff.
- Assists with the ongoing development and evaluation of clinical services including creating and enforcing policies and procedures.
- Manage and facilitate clinical referrals, case consultations and case distribution.
- Coordinate graduate social work and clinical internship opportunities.
- Travels between Erie sites and partnering agencies to develop and conduct trauma informed educational workshops. Workshops will also be conducted through virtual platforms.
- Responsible for data collection, program evaluation and timely reporting for clinical services.
- As needed, provides counseling services, safety planning and support for children, adults and families.
- Represents Erie Neighborhood House to the public and participates in community meetings/events.
- Attends monthly department, all staff, funder and other required meetings.
- Attend professional development applicable to field and population being served on an ongoing basis.
- Provide In House training to staff, interns, and partnering agencies when needed.
- Performs other duties as required.
- Masters in Social Work or Counseling and clinical license required; at least 5 years’ experience in the social work or counseling field.
- At least two years of experience in a supervisory role and counseling
- 40 hour Domestic Violence Training Certificate
- Familiarity with working with immigrants, domestic violence, community violence, child abuse, mental health challenges
- Strong organizational and effective time management skills
- Bilingual English/Spanish required
- Excellent written and interpersonal skills with fluency in both English and Spanish
- Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
- Flexibility and ability to work evening and weekend hours as necessary.
- Commitment to social justice and sensitivity to the assets and challenges of a diverse group of participants.
Pay Range: $55,000-$68,000 plus benefits package
NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE!
ERIE NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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